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Bristol Police made five arrests and responded to a complaint of people smashing pumpkins between Oct. 30 and Nov. 6, 2023. more
On Sunday, Nov. 12, the Bristol Council Knights of Columbus will get together at the Our Lady of Mt. Carmel John W. Lolio Parish Center to celebrate its 125th anniversary. more
The 8th graders ended up raising $4,072 from the fundraiser, with an additional $945 being directly donated to the grade by parents and teachers. Additionally, there were nearly 300 pairs of socks donated through the fundraiser. more
The Mt. Hope Class of 2024 had plenty of reasons to celebrate during the announcement of their recent scores from their SAT exams taken last year, but there's also room for improvement. more
The Mt. Hope girls' soccer team is headed to the championship after edging Chariho 1-0 in the Division I semifinals at RIC on Tuesday night. more
Voters in both Bristol and Warren overwhelmingly approved a $200M bond initiative to build a new Mt. Hope High School and make improvements to other buildings on Tuesday, Nov. 7. more
EAST PROVIDENCE — Democratic candidate, Pawtucket native and former member of the Obama and Biden administrations Gabe Amo became the representative-elect from Rhode Island Congressional … more
Thea Jackson scored a hat trick as the Mt. Hope girls soccer team soundly defeated South Kingstown 4-0 in the Division I quarterfinals at the high school on Friday night.   Jackson, the … more
Polling locations have been combined due to low expected turnout. Make sure you're going to the proper place to vote. At stake is an open seat in Congress and the proposed $200M school bond. more
Bristol Police responded to noise complaints, loose horses, and made one arrest between Oct. 23-30, 2023. more
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